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  1. Hi George,
    Congratulations on the next chapter in your mission to share powerful messages and challenges with the K-12 community. I’m certainly looking forward to getting a copy of Empower for myself and sharing it with my colleagues and readers of my blog. Thanks for the work you do to bring these voices forward for everyone to hear .

    Cheers,
    Greg

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  3. Roxanna

    Just read your post and you clearly state how our our legacy as teachers and those who support teachers is the “push” and “support” teachers, and strive for the continuum of school leaders to to be life long learners. This is not an easy job but a rewarding one. There is not a one size fits all approach either, those crafting such learning needs to be fully aware of the needs and experiences of those in involved in the learning. This blog post reminds me of the work of Phil Schlechty and his levels of engagement. Thank you for sharing.

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